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Vermont creates town committee to develop Tyrol covenant

In response to the recent changes at Tyrol Basin, Vermont town chair Karen Carlock nominated seven people to serve on a formal town committee to...

 

Town of Vermont discussses possible solutions to Tyrol Basin traffic

Dane County’s traffic study equipment, such as electronic speed boards and road tube sensors, have been shelved for the winter months, which means t...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    December 27, 2018

Vermont Township voters to have a say on ATVs on roads

Although the specific wording of the question has yet to be finalized, the Vermont board of supervisors will ask the town voters in April 2019 to...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    December 20, 2018

Vermont approves permit for Tyrol Basin

A new conditional use permit for Tyrol Basin in the Town of Vermont will allow the entire property to be illuminated at night, within the parameters o...

 

The Book Nook

Contemporary Mystery Brief memory gaps happen to many of us throughout our life and are a common byproduct of multitasking or just not being present...

 
 By Joe Block    Opinion    December 13, 2018

Around the Block

You may or may not remember the 43rd issue of the Star News, dated October 26, 2017. I had been a reporter for the newspaper for about 7 months at...

 
 By Joe Block    Schools    November 22, 2018

Wisconsin Heights completes survey

The Wisconsin Heights School Board heard the results of the recent community survey at their meeting on Monday, November 12. Sue Peterson, from...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    October 25, 2018

Town of Vermont concludes Dane County erred when mapping Tyrol Basin

Based on an extensive discussion at the plan commission meeting earlier the same evening, the recollections of numerous people involved in the...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    October 25, 2018

Tyrol Basin 20 year-old covenant amended by Town of Vermont Board

The existing covenant of deeds for Tyrol Basin, approved nearly 20 years ago, is still in place. At their June 11 meeting, the Town of Vermont board o...

 

Letters to the editor

Vote ‘Yes” to Vermont’s referendum To the Editor: Town of Vermont voters will have the opportunity November 6 to signal their desire to remove...

 

Black Earth waits for FEMA's response

FEMA should respond to the Village of Black Earth’s request for financial assistance by October 14, stated Village Administrator Shellie Benish at...

 

Town of Vermont to host MadNorSki

Up, Up and Away is both the name of the race as well as an apt description of the course. Madison Nordic Ski Club, MadNorSki, for short, will host a...

 

Town of Vermont transitioning towards Dane County's updated zoning code

While Dane County’s long-anticipated update to their zoning code may have been two years in the making, Vermont’s plan commission members have...

 

Town of Vermont seeks information on Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission line

In the past, Michael McDermott has recommended against the Town of Vermont becoming an intervenor with the Cardinal Hickory Creek transmission line...

 

Town of Vermont has access to high speed internet

While the definition of affordable may be up for debate, most Town of Vermont residents now have access to high speed internet service, a claim most...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    September 6, 2018

Town of Vermont struggles with slow computer

The Town of Vermont may be getting a faster internet infrastructure but Chris Christian isn’t seeing the improvements the improvements she expected...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    September 6, 2018

Town of Vermont residents shaken by the sound of explosions

If you hear an explosion in the Town of Vermont, you might want to call the Dane County Sheriff’s Office. Several town residents spoke at the Aug....

 
 By Marian Copus    News    August 30, 2018

Ian Mcririe joins Arena Village Board; representative from Pocan's office visits

At Arena’s monthly August meeting, Ian McCririe was welcomed to the board with the oath of office and the well-wishes of the other board members....

 

Elmira "Myra" Anna Maik

Elmira "Myra" Anna Maik, age 86, died on Friday, July 27, 2018,  after struggling with...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    August 2, 2018

Town of Vermont looks into zoning issues

The pending changes to Dane County’s Chapter 10 zoning ordinance could be an opportunity to bring two heavy commercial properties in the Town of Ver...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    August 2, 2018

Vermont hears first Inter Municipal Energy Planning Committee report

As part of the first formal Inter Municipal Energy Planning Committee report to the Town of Vermont board of supervisors, town resident Michael...

 
 By Matt Geiger    News    May 31, 2018

Vermont residents to consider local and Federal concerns on Fall ballot

Residents in the Town of Vermont will have two atypical questions on their ballot this fall, offering a chance to weigh in on the issues of local...

 

Letters to the editor: ATC line

Dear Editor, I heard this great line on a radio talk show the other day: “Just because the hole is in a different part of the boat doesn’t mean...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    April 26, 2018

Horribly Hilly Hundreds to return

Registration for the 16th annual Horribly Hilly Hundreds bike ride, scheduled for Saturday, June 16, is closed and organizers reported business as usu...

 
 By Gary Schuetz    News    April 19, 2018

Town of Vermont board supports fire station appraisal

After attending a recent Mount Horeb Joint Fire Department fire board meeting, Vermont town supervisor Todd Culliton made the case for supporting a...

 

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